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Pigeon Forge: Dollywood Theme Park Entry Ticket

1. Pigeon Forge: Dollywood Theme Park Entry Ticket

Experience the thrill of a lifetime with a 1-day ticket to Dollywood Theme Park and Dollywood's Splash Country, two of the most popular attractions in the Great Smoky Mountains in Pigeon Forge. Choose the 1-day ticket to discover Dollywood Theme Park for an immersive experience into Dollywood Theme Park and Dollywood's Splash Country. Explore Dollywood, a 150-acre park home to roller coasters, live shows, and interactive activities with the 1-day ticket. Discover Wildwood Grove, a land of adventure featuring 11 themed attractions, including a suspended family roller coaster, a treetop tower, and the world's fastest wooden coaster. At the end of your adventure, leave with unforgettable memories and stories to share. Continue exploring the Smoky Mountains or head back to your hotel.

Gatlinburg: Zipline Canopy Tour

2. Gatlinburg: Zipline Canopy Tour

Admire the Great Smoky Mountains and the beautiful surrounding area from a unique perspective as you zip through treetops and sky bridges on guided ziplining activity. Feel the thrill of soaring over the forest canopy across 6 zip lines. Meet your guide at the outpost and get fitted with your helmet and harness. Receive a short safety briefing to ensure you are confident throughout the day's activities. Begin the adventure from atop a 60-foot start platform to marvel at great views of the Family Adventure Island. Pass over the Pigeon River, and enjoy the sight of the rushing water below. Become immersed in nature as you soar through the air on 6 zip lines and 2 sky bridges for a total of 2,400 feet in length. Keep a lookout for various species of flora and fauna below.

Great Smoky Mountains National Park Self-Guided Driving Tour

3. Great Smoky Mountains National Park Self-Guided Driving Tour

Start by downloading the Action Tour Guide app, which will function as your personal tour guide, audio tour, and map. Purchase one tour per car, not per person. Everyone listens together! NOTE: This 47-mile-long tour covers the essentials of the Great Smoky Mountains in 5-6 hours. Explore the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and discover why it’s the most visited National Park in the country. Buckle up and prepare for a deep dive into the most famous stretch of the Appalachians. Enjoy a flexible route that allows you to take all the time you need to admire the timeless wonders of the mountains. Drive through the scenic mountains and hear all about parts of Cherokee history, like the ancient Cherokee monarchy and the revolutionaries who fought against it. Get detailed accounts of Cherokee ancestral legends, from the great buzzard who shaped the Smoky Mountains from clay to the witch whose droplets of blood bloom into stalks of corn. Experience animated videos allowing you to visualize what you cannot see, such as snapshots from different centuries or interior rooms. Be pointed towards some of the most awe-inspiring sights in the park. Gaze at the majestic Rainbow Falls, the breath-taking 360-degree views atop Clingmans Dome, and hear about the deep-rooted history of the Elys Mill. Learn about the complex flora and fauna which call the mountains home. Get to know the creatures of Cades Cove and learn how wildfires form an integral part of the vast and interconnected ecosystem. As you drive, audio stories will automatically pop up and start playing, allowing you to keep your attention on the natural beauty of the Smoky Mountains.

Pigeon Forge: Family-Friendly Floating Tour at the Smokies

4. Pigeon Forge: Family-Friendly Floating Tour at the Smokies

Cruise through the Smoky Mountains on this Pigeon River float for the whole family. Get up close to nature as you splash your way through laid-back rapids that require no previous experience. Get access to a 10-acre island with a nature trail, beanbag toss games, and a playground. Meet your guide at the outpost and get fitted with your helmet and life jacket. Listen as your guide provides you with a safety briefing to ensure you are confident throughout the whole experience. Head out to the Pigeon River and embark on your whitewater trip. Be escorted by your guide down 6 miles of this laid-back section of the river while having fun with your family amid gentle waves and bumpy splashes. Soak in spectacular views of the Smoky Mountains and Pigeon River Gorge. After your ride, enjoy the amenities at the rafting outpost which has a nature trail, beanbag toss games, and a playground at the water’s edge.

From Hartford: Upper Pigeon River White Water Rafting Tour

5. From Hartford: Upper Pigeon River White Water Rafting Tour

Go rafting on the Upper Pigeon River and combine whitewater action with epic mountain scenery, great for visitors looking to get outdoors. This guided adventure from Hartford is an accessible option for guests staying in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg, or the national park in Eastern Tennessee. Meet the guide at NOC's Pigeon River Outpost in Hartford. After a brief orientation and video, get geared up with a life jacket and paddles and load onto the big blue bus to shuttle to the river put in. Once in the raft, an experienced guide explains the rafting lingo and what to expect. Then go down the river, paddling through bouncy waves, cool mountain water, and fun rapids. With nearly continuous Class II-III+ rapids like Lost Guide and Accelerator and views into Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the Upper Pigeon is a truly memorable experience.

Gatlinburg: Ghosts of the Smokies Haunted Walking Tour

6. Gatlinburg: Ghosts of the Smokies Haunted Walking Tour

Explore the rocky past of “The Gateway to the Smokies" in the town of Gatlinburg which dazzles visitors with a Skylift, gold panning, and log cabin pancakes. Beneath the family-friendly facade, this former frontier town is steeped in violence, greed, and heartbreak. Meet your guide at the Gatlinburg Space Needle, where a horrific accident claimed a young man’s life in 1991. From there, see seven other historic, haunted locations, including the bone-chilling White Oak Flats Cemetery. Scan the cemetery for the infamous Gatlinburg Witch; uncover the terrifying power of the Cliff Branch River, and find out why no one wants to book Room 11 at the Gatlinburg Inn. Along the way, you’ll delve into the tragic history of westward expansion, slavery, and the Civil War. Book the extended tour to visit four additional stops. If you think you know Gatlinburg, you haven’t heard the spirits’ side of the story. Step into the shadows. They’re waiting.

Smoky Mountains: Sightseeing Flex Pass

7. Smoky Mountains: Sightseeing Flex Pass

Discover the thrilling, dazzling, historic, and adventurous with a Tennessee Sightseeing Flex Pass. Access top attractions and tours throughout Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, and the scenic Smokies all in one pass. Take advantage of full admission to attractions or save up to 30% on entry costs. Let your Flex Pass take you into the great outdoors and see the natural splendor of the Smokey Mountains up close and personal: select between a 3-attraction or a 5-attraction pass and choose what you want to enjoy when you arrive. Coast down whitewater in a raft or take in the sights from a thrilling vantage point on the Rocky Top Mountain Coaster Ride. Experience the awe-inspiring vision of the Great Smoky Mountains, where colorful fog-rich forests surround majestic Appalachian peaks this renowned Tennessee UNESCO World Heritage Site. Partner Tennessee’s exciting outdoor marvels with family-friendly and group-friendly attractions. Learn the history of the world’s most famous tragic transatlantic ocean liner at the Titanic Museum Attraction, then catch a dazzling magic show at Wonderworks. Whatever activities you choose, enjoy the convenience of an all-in-one pass. Top Attractions: • Beyond the Lens • Escape Game Pigeon Forge • Titanic Attraction • Rocky Top Mountain Coaster • Rainforest Adventure Zoo • Wonderworks

Gatlinburg: Impossibilities Magic and Mind-Reading Show

8. Gatlinburg: Impossibilities Magic and Mind-Reading Show

Take part in an interactive magic and mind-reading show led by world-famous magician Erik Dobell. Experience his critically acclaimed show, that's been performed all over the world, right in the heart of Gatlinburg. Get your camera ready, as someone in your party may get to be part of the spectacle. Step into the Gatlinburg Space Needle's intimate 89-seat Iris Theater for an evening of mind-blowing tricks and riddles. Bring the whole family along for some stunning magic, reality-shattering mind-reading, and hilarious mayhem. Seize this incredible opportunity to watch the master magician that's traveled from Las Vegas to South Korea, performing shows for audiences and companies such as the NFL, Macy's, and Goodyear.

Great Smoky Mountains NP & Cades Cove Self-Guided Tour

9. Great Smoky Mountains NP & Cades Cove Self-Guided Tour

Start by downloading the Action Tour Guide app, which will function as your personal tour guide, audio tour, and map. Purchase one tour per car, not per person. Everyone listens together! Note: This 72+ mile-long tour covers the essentials of Great Smoky and Cades Cove Bundle in 4-5 hours. Explore the Great Smoky Mountains at your own pace with a self-guided and self-driving tour. Hike to Alum Cave, enjoy a panoramic view from Charles Overlook, and discover Cades Coves from the comfort of your own car. Drive to the Oconaluftee Visitor Center to start your journey. After exploring the Visitor Center, head past the Mingus Mill, a remnant of a once-thriving town. As you drive to Beech Flats Quiet Walkway, hear accounts of the Cherokee people who once lived here. Learn about their legends and their struggle to hold onto their land. Once you arrive, enjoy a meditative stroll through nature. Hop back into your car and head to Charles Webb Overlook, which offers a panoramic view of the park. Once you’ve snapped some stunning photos, continue toward Clingman’s Dome, the highest peak in the Smokies, for more unparalleled views of the mountains. Continue to the trail for Alum Cave, one of the most popular hikes in the park. If you wish, take the moderate 4.4-mile roundtrip trail for beautiful panoramas and fascinating rock formations. After your hike, drive to Chimney Tops Overlook, offering more stunning mountain views. Next, enjoy an easy wilderness walk at Balsam Point. As you continue past yet another incredible vista and another secluded walkway, hear little-known park history. Jump back in your car and drive towards Gatlinburg, stopping on the way to check out the pristine Cataract Falls. In Gatlinburg, pass the famous Ripley’s Believe It or Not. Drive past Ogle Place, an old-timey homestead dating back to the 1800s, before arriving at Rainbow Falls. Continue your drive past several more waterfalls and the historic cabins of Ephraim Bales and Reagan Tub, offering a fascinating glimpse into the past. Finally, finish your Great Smoky National Park tour with a visit to the old Ely’s Mill, which is still in operation today. Start the second part of your combination tour, discovering Cades Coves, just west of Gatlinburg. From there, continue west toward the scenic loop. The first landmark on your route is John Oliver Place, once home to some of the first homesteaders to make a living here. After that, pass 3 churches dating back to the 1800s and uncover the devastating impact of the Civil War on this community. Drive to Elijah Oliver Place, a beautifully-preserved homestead offering an authentic look at early pioneer life. If you wish to stretch your legs, hike to Abrams Falls, a secluded, powerful waterfall. Next, drive to Tipton Place. Finally, reach the Carter Shields Cabin, another idyllic homestead from a bygone era. Finish your tour at the start of the loop as you hear about the last family to call the cove home.

Foxfire Mountain: Hiking & Swinging Bridge Family Adventure

10. Foxfire Mountain: Hiking & Swinging Bridge Family Adventure

One of the wonderful things about Foxfire Mountain are the beautiful trails and bridges that meander throughout the 150 acres of pristine forests, bubbling creeks, delightful Lost Mine Falls, beautiful vistas, and lazy creek-side treks. Throughout these easy to moderate trails you will cross multiple unique bridges from log bridges to covered bridges to cable bridges, including America’s second-longest swinging bridge 70 feet above the east prong of the Little Pigeon River. This Foxfire family fun adventure is great for all ages and even includes an on-the-ground obstacle course for both children and adults. With the pass, cross American's Swinging Bridge to Prosperity, which stretches 335 feet across Foxfire Gorge. Visit the Whispering Winds Covered Bridge, home to thousands of wishes hanging from the ceiling. Trek on miles of hiking trails with stops along the way at the Lost Mine Falls and the historic Sweden Furnace Iron Mine. Check out the walking tree-top canopy tour in the Evergreen Grotto and hike through the trees. Challenge your kiddos at the Little Adventurer Obstacle Course. Stack some stones and build your very own cairn for good luck. Enjoy an easy stroll along the River Walk Trail and stop alongside Dunn’s Creek for a leisurely picnic. Play a game of corn hole or just relax on the front porch in one of the comfy rockers.

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Our most recommended things to do in Gatlinburg

Pigeon Forge: Dollywood Theme Park Entry Ticket

Pigeon Forge: Dollywood Theme Park Entry Ticket

Experience the thrill of a lifetime with a 1-day ticket to Dollywood Theme Park and Dollywood's Splash Country, two of the most popular attractions in the Great Smoky Mountains in Pigeon Forge. Choose the 1-day ticket to discover Dollywood Theme Park for an immersive experience into Dollywood Theme Park and Dollywood's Splash Country. Explore Dollywood, a 150-acre park home to roller coasters, live shows, and interactive activities with the 1-day ticket. Discover Wildwood Grove, a land of adventure featuring 11 themed attractions, including a suspended family roller coaster, a treetop tower, and the world's fastest wooden coaster. At the end of your adventure, leave with unforgettable memories and stories to share. Continue exploring the Smoky Mountains or head back to your hotel.

Gatlinburg: Zipline Canopy Tour

Gatlinburg: Zipline Canopy Tour

Admire the Great Smoky Mountains and the beautiful surrounding area from a unique perspective as you zip through treetops and sky bridges on guided ziplining activity. Feel the thrill of soaring over the forest canopy across 6 zip lines. Meet your guide at the outpost and get fitted with your helmet and harness. Receive a short safety briefing to ensure you are confident throughout the day's activities. Begin the adventure from atop a 60-foot start platform to marvel at great views of the Family Adventure Island. Pass over the Pigeon River, and enjoy the sight of the rushing water below. Become immersed in nature as you soar through the air on 6 zip lines and 2 sky bridges for a total of 2,400 feet in length. Keep a lookout for various species of flora and fauna below.

Great Smoky Mountains National Park Self-Guided Driving Tour

Great Smoky Mountains National Park Self-Guided Driving Tour

Start by downloading the Action Tour Guide app, which will function as your personal tour guide, audio tour, and map. Purchase one tour per car, not per person. Everyone listens together! NOTE: This 47-mile-long tour covers the essentials of the Great Smoky Mountains in 5-6 hours. Explore the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and discover why it’s the most visited National Park in the country. Buckle up and prepare for a deep dive into the most famous stretch of the Appalachians. Enjoy a flexible route that allows you to take all the time you need to admire the timeless wonders of the mountains. Drive through the scenic mountains and hear all about parts of Cherokee history, like the ancient Cherokee monarchy and the revolutionaries who fought against it. Get detailed accounts of Cherokee ancestral legends, from the great buzzard who shaped the Smoky Mountains from clay to the witch whose droplets of blood bloom into stalks of corn. Experience animated videos allowing you to visualize what you cannot see, such as snapshots from different centuries or interior rooms. Be pointed towards some of the most awe-inspiring sights in the park. Gaze at the majestic Rainbow Falls, the breath-taking 360-degree views atop Clingmans Dome, and hear about the deep-rooted history of the Elys Mill. Learn about the complex flora and fauna which call the mountains home. Get to know the creatures of Cades Cove and learn how wildfires form an integral part of the vast and interconnected ecosystem. As you drive, audio stories will automatically pop up and start playing, allowing you to keep your attention on the natural beauty of the Smoky Mountains.

Pigeon Forge: Family-Friendly Floating Tour at the Smokies

Pigeon Forge: Family-Friendly Floating Tour at the Smokies

Cruise through the Smoky Mountains on this Pigeon River float for the whole family. Get up close to nature as you splash your way through laid-back rapids that require no previous experience. Get access to a 10-acre island with a nature trail, beanbag toss games, and a playground. Meet your guide at the outpost and get fitted with your helmet and life jacket. Listen as your guide provides you with a safety briefing to ensure you are confident throughout the whole experience. Head out to the Pigeon River and embark on your whitewater trip. Be escorted by your guide down 6 miles of this laid-back section of the river while having fun with your family amid gentle waves and bumpy splashes. Soak in spectacular views of the Smoky Mountains and Pigeon River Gorge. After your ride, enjoy the amenities at the rafting outpost which has a nature trail, beanbag toss games, and a playground at the water’s edge.

From Hartford: Upper Pigeon River White Water Rafting Tour

From Hartford: Upper Pigeon River White Water Rafting Tour

Go rafting on the Upper Pigeon River and combine whitewater action with epic mountain scenery, great for visitors looking to get outdoors. This guided adventure from Hartford is an accessible option for guests staying in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg, or the national park in Eastern Tennessee. Meet the guide at NOC's Pigeon River Outpost in Hartford. After a brief orientation and video, get geared up with a life jacket and paddles and load onto the big blue bus to shuttle to the river put in. Once in the raft, an experienced guide explains the rafting lingo and what to expect. Then go down the river, paddling through bouncy waves, cool mountain water, and fun rapids. With nearly continuous Class II-III+ rapids like Lost Guide and Accelerator and views into Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the Upper Pigeon is a truly memorable experience.

Gatlinburg: Ghosts of the Smokies Haunted Walking Tour

Gatlinburg: Ghosts of the Smokies Haunted Walking Tour

Explore the rocky past of “The Gateway to the Smokies" in the town of Gatlinburg which dazzles visitors with a Skylift, gold panning, and log cabin pancakes. Beneath the family-friendly facade, this former frontier town is steeped in violence, greed, and heartbreak. Meet your guide at the Gatlinburg Space Needle, where a horrific accident claimed a young man’s life in 1991. From there, see seven other historic, haunted locations, including the bone-chilling White Oak Flats Cemetery. Scan the cemetery for the infamous Gatlinburg Witch; uncover the terrifying power of the Cliff Branch River, and find out why no one wants to book Room 11 at the Gatlinburg Inn. Along the way, you’ll delve into the tragic history of westward expansion, slavery, and the Civil War. Book the extended tour to visit four additional stops. If you think you know Gatlinburg, you haven’t heard the spirits’ side of the story. Step into the shadows. They’re waiting.

Smoky Mountains: Sightseeing Flex Pass

Smoky Mountains: Sightseeing Flex Pass

Discover the thrilling, dazzling, historic, and adventurous with a Tennessee Sightseeing Flex Pass. Access top attractions and tours throughout Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, and the scenic Smokies all in one pass. Take advantage of full admission to attractions or save up to 30% on entry costs. Let your Flex Pass take you into the great outdoors and see the natural splendor of the Smokey Mountains up close and personal: select between a 3-attraction or a 5-attraction pass and choose what you want to enjoy when you arrive. Coast down whitewater in a raft or take in the sights from a thrilling vantage point on the Rocky Top Mountain Coaster Ride. Experience the awe-inspiring vision of the Great Smoky Mountains, where colorful fog-rich forests surround majestic Appalachian peaks this renowned Tennessee UNESCO World Heritage Site. Partner Tennessee’s exciting outdoor marvels with family-friendly and group-friendly attractions. Learn the history of the world’s most famous tragic transatlantic ocean liner at the Titanic Museum Attraction, then catch a dazzling magic show at Wonderworks. Whatever activities you choose, enjoy the convenience of an all-in-one pass. Top Attractions: • Beyond the Lens • Escape Game Pigeon Forge • Titanic Attraction • Rocky Top Mountain Coaster • Rainforest Adventure Zoo • Wonderworks

Gatlinburg: Impossibilities Magic and Mind-Reading Show

Gatlinburg: Impossibilities Magic and Mind-Reading Show

Take part in an interactive magic and mind-reading show led by world-famous magician Erik Dobell. Experience his critically acclaimed show, that's been performed all over the world, right in the heart of Gatlinburg. Get your camera ready, as someone in your party may get to be part of the spectacle. Step into the Gatlinburg Space Needle's intimate 89-seat Iris Theater for an evening of mind-blowing tricks and riddles. Bring the whole family along for some stunning magic, reality-shattering mind-reading, and hilarious mayhem. Seize this incredible opportunity to watch the master magician that's traveled from Las Vegas to South Korea, performing shows for audiences and companies such as the NFL, Macy's, and Goodyear.

Great Smoky Mountains NP & Cades Cove Self-Guided Tour

Great Smoky Mountains NP & Cades Cove Self-Guided Tour

Start by downloading the Action Tour Guide app, which will function as your personal tour guide, audio tour, and map. Purchase one tour per car, not per person. Everyone listens together! Note: This 72+ mile-long tour covers the essentials of Great Smoky and Cades Cove Bundle in 4-5 hours. Explore the Great Smoky Mountains at your own pace with a self-guided and self-driving tour. Hike to Alum Cave, enjoy a panoramic view from Charles Overlook, and discover Cades Coves from the comfort of your own car. Drive to the Oconaluftee Visitor Center to start your journey. After exploring the Visitor Center, head past the Mingus Mill, a remnant of a once-thriving town. As you drive to Beech Flats Quiet Walkway, hear accounts of the Cherokee people who once lived here. Learn about their legends and their struggle to hold onto their land. Once you arrive, enjoy a meditative stroll through nature. Hop back into your car and head to Charles Webb Overlook, which offers a panoramic view of the park. Once you’ve snapped some stunning photos, continue toward Clingman’s Dome, the highest peak in the Smokies, for more unparalleled views of the mountains. Continue to the trail for Alum Cave, one of the most popular hikes in the park. If you wish, take the moderate 4.4-mile roundtrip trail for beautiful panoramas and fascinating rock formations. After your hike, drive to Chimney Tops Overlook, offering more stunning mountain views. Next, enjoy an easy wilderness walk at Balsam Point. As you continue past yet another incredible vista and another secluded walkway, hear little-known park history. Jump back in your car and drive towards Gatlinburg, stopping on the way to check out the pristine Cataract Falls. In Gatlinburg, pass the famous Ripley’s Believe It or Not. Drive past Ogle Place, an old-timey homestead dating back to the 1800s, before arriving at Rainbow Falls. Continue your drive past several more waterfalls and the historic cabins of Ephraim Bales and Reagan Tub, offering a fascinating glimpse into the past. Finally, finish your Great Smoky National Park tour with a visit to the old Ely’s Mill, which is still in operation today. Start the second part of your combination tour, discovering Cades Coves, just west of Gatlinburg. From there, continue west toward the scenic loop. The first landmark on your route is John Oliver Place, once home to some of the first homesteaders to make a living here. After that, pass 3 churches dating back to the 1800s and uncover the devastating impact of the Civil War on this community. Drive to Elijah Oliver Place, a beautifully-preserved homestead offering an authentic look at early pioneer life. If you wish to stretch your legs, hike to Abrams Falls, a secluded, powerful waterfall. Next, drive to Tipton Place. Finally, reach the Carter Shields Cabin, another idyllic homestead from a bygone era. Finish your tour at the start of the loop as you hear about the last family to call the cove home.

Foxfire Mountain: Hiking & Swinging Bridge Family Adventure

Foxfire Mountain: Hiking & Swinging Bridge Family Adventure

One of the wonderful things about Foxfire Mountain are the beautiful trails and bridges that meander throughout the 150 acres of pristine forests, bubbling creeks, delightful Lost Mine Falls, beautiful vistas, and lazy creek-side treks. Throughout these easy to moderate trails you will cross multiple unique bridges from log bridges to covered bridges to cable bridges, including America’s second-longest swinging bridge 70 feet above the east prong of the Little Pigeon River. This Foxfire family fun adventure is great for all ages and even includes an on-the-ground obstacle course for both children and adults. With the pass, cross American's Swinging Bridge to Prosperity, which stretches 335 feet across Foxfire Gorge. Visit the Whispering Winds Covered Bridge, home to thousands of wishes hanging from the ceiling. Trek on miles of hiking trails with stops along the way at the Lost Mine Falls and the historic Sweden Furnace Iron Mine. Check out the walking tree-top canopy tour in the Evergreen Grotto and hike through the trees. Challenge your kiddos at the Little Adventurer Obstacle Course. Stack some stones and build your very own cairn for good luck. Enjoy an easy stroll along the River Walk Trail and stop alongside Dunn’s Creek for a leisurely picnic. Play a game of corn hole or just relax on the front porch in one of the comfy rockers.

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What people are saying about Gatlinburg

Overall rating

4.5
(71 reviews)

I had one full day to cover this wonderful park again. I was there years ago WITHOUT this guide, and this time knowing what I was seeing with the Guide enhanced the experience. The road to Clingman's Dome was closed for some reason, but there is no way the Guide "knew" that. I particularly liked the way the Guide pointed out some of the quiet walks which were appropriate for people like me with limited mobility.

The guides we had were awesome!! It was my mom's first time. She is in her 70's and was nervous but the guys were awesome with her. She had a blast!! I don't remember their names but we were there at 3:30 on april 2nd. So if you know the 2 guys that were guiding us through, tell them thanks so much and they were Awesome!!!

The audio guide is very detailed, with fun facts, stories, matching music and completely narrated by a person with a pleasant voice and nice accent. The app works very well, everything is very clear in terms of operation, really 'fool-proof'. Real value for money, and you can use the audio guide for life!

It was so fun doing all the trails , no animals was out and supine I guess were closed lol but great scenery

Ideally from your own car and the gentleman told us very nicely!